Smudge Pot News
Nov 6 2013
A broad coalition of activist groups and advocacy organizations today announced the Million Suspicious Butt Clench March in the nation's capitol. The purpose is to protest the treatment of New Mexico resident David Eckert who was repeatedly probed by police and doctors in Deming New Mexico.
Jan brings Congressman Burgess around to limited government.
Thought I would share this amazing news here since I share a lot of my work on this website!
Just a few months ago I was approached by a the "My Hero short film festival"
There mission statement is to "use media, art and technology to celebrate the best of humanity.
MY HERO empowers people of all ages to realize their own potential to effect positive change in the world."
After seeing my work they asked me to enter my video, "The Dream of Life - Alan Watts."
Is there anything more despicable then a politician during an election?
Take the 2013 Virginia Gubernatorial election for example. The Republican and Democratic candidates together spent over $50 million during their campaigns. Democratic Candidate Terry McAuliffe had a sizeable lead in the month of October after the Republicans had been blamed for the government shutdown. Then Obamacare came under fire in the media and Republican Candidate Ken Cuccinelli began to creep up in the polls.
Just minutes ago Bitcoin reached $267 on Mt. Gox, it's all-time highest price.
Could it be headed for another major adjustment? Of course. All the greedy folks who bought in at $210 last time around expecting 15% gains every day may buy back into the market.
Even if this is the case, just like last time around the price will reset to a much higher place than was previously thought possible.
The real take-away is that once again we were right, and the establishment "financial press" was wrong. This is only the third time this has happened, and people are taking notice.
There are 5,240,438 registered voters in VA. 2,138,613 people voted in the race.
with the all out attack against Sarvis by the Republicans over the past several days, the GOP got some of the people that would have voted for Sarvis back.
Republicans still lost because they had a bad candidate. Republicans want to dismiss the civil liberties aspect on social issues but many are no longer going to support the social conservative agenda.
Well with the Republican nominee for Governor barely losing tonight in Virginia, it was due to the Libertarian nominee getting 7% of the vote. Looks like about 5% of that vote could have been Republican.
You need people in your party that stand up for privacy rights!
You need the young people!
You need people who stand up for civil liberties, and unlike the Democrats, we actually see guns as a civil liberty!
You need people who can actually see the hypocrisy in the party, and will walk the walk by cutting defense spending!
my new article..
it's about the criminally misleading term "militant"
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The MSM is already developing this narrative, and it will be the theme for the next couple news cycles - but it doesn't fit the facts.
First, the MSM and the pundits of both parties were predicting a landslide victory for McAuliffe: As it turned out, the race was EXTREMELY close, within ~2%. In other words, they were all WRONG. Throw their false predictions back in their faces. Which brings me to the second point: Romney (Mr. Moderate Milquetoast) lost in Virginia in 2012 by a LARGER margin: ~3%. Cuccinelli won every county that Romney won, except for one: and he won 3 others that Romney lost. If anything, this proves that the conservative candidate is MORE ELECTABLE than the "moderate" candidate.
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Before I start, let me state emphatically that I oppose GPS devices to track vehicle mileage. It is unfortunate that the 'gas tax' issue is being framed to provide two horrible methods of taxation. I'm saddened that even some of our DP elders here are getting sucked into the bipolar goofiness. Let's look at these two ideas and see where we end up:
#1 The Gas Tax as-is
‘The honor of four young boys staid the years we trodden there,
the last of our innocence befallen’
We did not recognize it as the head of a wolf,
our minds held a proclivity
their emergence only under the white stone,
as an agate clear with light…
the earth below the earth,
holes tunneling to surface,
white points the dark ceiling,
darkening the white points to Elysium –
their longing to frenzy,
their frenzy to beast,
a beast the earth could not hold,
a beast ruined where it dwelt,
to ruin under the white points,
Most people here probably know who Carroll Quigley was. He was the "official historian" of the secret society/shadow government/illuminati or whatever term it goes by. He wrote two books about his research.
Bill Clinton named him as the most influential person in his political life. So, Carroll Quigley had direct knowledge that he likely shared with Clinton.
Glen Beck investigated Robert Sarvis and Savis is deceiving everyone. The Obama campaign bundler helped fund the Gubernatorial candidate in Virginia.